12.28.16

Computer security for the 1 percent

Posted in Culture of Lickspittle, Cyberterrorism at 2:07 pm by George Smith

OK to be Wall St bankster & do crime fraud. But don't be Chinese hackr & do Wall St crime fraud to bankster. We chase u to Macau. @vmyths — DickDestiny (@DickDestiny) December 28, 2016 From the wire: Three Chinese citizens have been criminally charged in the United States with trading on confidential corporate information […]

01.21.15

Computer Security for the 1 Percent: What The Prez said

Posted in Cyberterrorism at 3:23 pm by George Smith

“No foreign nation, no hacker, should be able to shut down our networks, steal our trade secrets, or invade the privacy of American families, especially our kids. We are making sure our government integrates intelligence to combat cyber threats, just as we have done to combat terrorism. So tonight, I urge this Congress to finally […]

12.24.14

Computer Security for the 1 Percent: Seth Rogen named “Freedom’s” Man of the Year

Posted in Culture of Lickspittle, Cyberterrorism at 3:14 pm by George Smith

Freedom … because Google’s toffs and geniuses said so: “Given everything that’s happened, the security implications were very much at the front of our minds,” Google’s Chief Legal Officer David Drummond wrote in a blog post. “But after discussing all the issues, Sony and Google agreed that we could not sit on the sidelines and […]

12.20.14

Computer Security for the 1 Percent: You Don’t Mess Around with Kim

Posted in Culture of Lickspittle, Cyberterrorism at 1:16 pm by George Smith

Sony has its morons Seth Rogen is just one 38th parallel got Kim Jong Un He’s a cyberwar son of a gun Yeah, he’s weird and screwy as a man can come But he’ll throw you for a real big loss And when the bad guys come on the net at night You know they […]

12.01.14

Computer Security for the 1 Percent (continued)

Posted in Culture of Lickspittle, Cyberterrorism, The Corporate Bund at 4:03 pm by George Smith

In this week’s chapter of computer security news from corporate America of no value to 99 percent of the people who live here: Security researchers say they have uncovered a cyber espionage ring focused on stealing corporate secrets for the purpose of gaming the stock market, in an operation that has compromised sensitive data about […]

06.22.14

Computer Security for the 1 Percent

Posted in Cyberterrorism at 9:50 am by George Smith

Pointed out by Bill Blunden, author of Behold a Pale Farce, a much recommended here book on cyberwar and the national cybersecurity industrial complex, retired NSA director Keith Alexander is cashing in his chips. Most profitably, too, if his consulting price for a month of services at $1 million gets a lot of takers. From […]

05.19.14

Computer Security for the 1 Percent Day

Posted in Culture of Lickspittle, Cyberterrorism at 10:58 am by George Smith

PARIAH comes true! Send it to your friends! US national computer security apparatchiks hit a new low When you want to distract the media from Edward Snowden’s documents, restore the image of the NSA and relaunch cyberwar hype for the benefit of defense contractors, you do a show trial indictment of the Chinese. You make […]

04.28.14

Laundered: Computer Security for the 1 Percent

Posted in Culture of Lickspittle, Cyberterrorism at 1:08 pm by George Smith

At GlobalSecurity.Org: Memo to American cyberwarriors: You can’t rehab your lousy reputation by planting stories on how you saved banksters in big newspapers. Illustrating that global cybersecurity policy and action in the US is purely for the benefit of the 1 percent, Ellen Nakashima of the Washington Post wrote a story on leaked details of […]

04.24.14

Security for the 1 percent

Posted in Culture of Lickspittle, Cyberterrorism at 2:32 pm by George Smith

Illustrating that global cybersecurity policy and action in the US is purely for the benefit of the 1 percent, Ellen Nakashima of the Washington Post wrote a story on leaked details of a concerted Iranian attack on American banks in 2012 a couple weeks ago. Keep in mind while reading anything from the linked Post […]

05.16.17

Infamous old words: The Nebulous Menace vs the NSA’s Ugly Conduct

Posted in Crazy Weapons, Culture of Lickspittle, Cyberterrorism at 1:20 pm by George Smith

In 2013: While some recent estimates have more than 90 percent of cyberespionage in the United States originating in China, the accusations relayed in the Pentagon’s annual report to Congress on Chinese military capabilities were remarkable in their directness. Until now the administration avoided directly accusing both the Chinese government and the People’s Liberation Army […]

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